Coming Next Issue: ISS 2011 Recap

A new venue in Nashville, Tenn., proved to be music to participants’ ears, as last week’s International Seating Symposium boasted a significantly expanded assistive technology exhibit hall and a boom in attendee registration numbers.

Mark Schmeler, Ph.D., OTR/L, ATP, the 2011 event’s executive director, opened the official proceedings on the morning of March 3 by announcing that more than 100 exhibitors were in attendance, and that more than 100 educational sessions were being offered. In addition, attendees had come from 31 countries – and at that moment, registrations had topped 1,780.

For comprehensive, updated coverage of ISS 2011, watch for next week’s edition of eMobility.

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